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Jon Freer
Works at Solebury School
Attended SUNY College at Cortland
Lives in New Hope, PA
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I just rated Star Wars: The Force Awakens a "Must Go!" on Fandango. What did you think of it?
Lucasfilm and visionary director J.J. Abrams join forces to take you back again to a galaxy far, far away as Star Wars returns to the big screen with Star Wars: The Force Awak...
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The work of a former student of mine. Very cool.
As a professional newborn and baby photographer, I've had some pretty interesting requests over the years as I've captured portraits of hundreds of tiny humans. But this one takes the cake..
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Soon we'll have a rainbow of cascade hops.
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Watch-Worthy Google Classroom Tutorial on Google Rocks! Hawaii

Thank you, +Michael Fricano II 
We celebrated our 50th episode of Google Rocks! Hawaii last week with Google headbands! So much fun! We also did some serious learning about Google Classroom. Regular panelist and authorized Google Education Trainer +Michael Fricano II gave us a concise and clear overview of Google Classroom.
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Love this design.  Going to do a similar project with my Biology class and will use this as an example.  Nicely done.

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In this web exclusive, Langhorne Slim performs a special bonus track with a little help from Conan on guitar.
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The changing face of humanity, from the very beginning.
Starting with our earliest ancestors, this video traces the evolution of the human face all way up to the present. More specifically, all the way to John Gurche, the brain behind this project (and …
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With fall in the air, it finally feels like the return of The Walking Dead is imminent.
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Yeah if you consider 107 deg Fall in the air.
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"Wouldn't it be great if, every once in a while, we did mathematics simply because it was fun or beautiful, or because it excited the mind?"
Math is logical, functional and just ... awesome. Mathemagician Arthur Benjamin explores hidden properties of that weird and wonderful set of numbers, the Fibonacci series. (And reminds you that mathematics can be inspiring, too!)
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Here is a great exercise that works out your glutes, hamstrings and abs.  When all of these muscles are weak, you may have a tendency to tilt your pelvis forwards, as these muscles help to tilt your pelvis backwards.  When your pelvis is tilted forwards, your upper legs can twist inwards, you can go into a knock-kneed position and you will also flatten out your feet.  Doing all of these things too much can lead to muscle and/or ligament injuries.  Also, when you are done working out these muscles, be sure to stretch!  Because we have a tendency to slouch back in our chairs and our hamstrings tilt our pelvis backwards, when our hamstrings are tight, they tilt our pelvis backwards even more and drag the spine along with it, potentially leading to a low back injury.
#fitness   #exercise   #workout  
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How the elements got their names from It's Okay To Be Smart and PBS Digital Studios: http://youtu.be/mtg9p6A6xnY
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I look forward to seeing your work!  I'd love to see more videos that share your thoughts on various aspects of teaching.  Your learning cycle video change dmy teaching and gave clarity to a number of ideas I have had bouncing around in my head.  Would love to hear your take on tpics liek the role of homework, useful forms of assessment and alternative assessments, standardized testing and the like.

Good luck and enjoy.
Education
  • SUNY College at Cortland
    Biology, 1986 - 1991
  • SUNY Cortland
    Science Education
  • Boise State University
    Educational Technology, 2011 - 2013
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  • Solebury School
    Teacher, 1996 - present
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New Hartford, NY - Cortland, NY
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